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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE, His McGill Makes New Inspector-General Necessary. OTTAWA, May (By Canadian Speculation as to the prob- able successor. to Cen. Currla as in spectpr-genexal bf Canadian. 'forces, should he: resign from that- office brings up 'probability that' tho post will not be filled at present, but that'ite 'duties will be filled fcy- tba chief ol jha general staff. ed circles -this Us to be the likeliest' of tho resignation. o Cen; Currio whlcn may follow hls'nc captiiqee.ot the ''principal ship ot Me GUI -it Currla may th'a Pre- cedent tor-1 thtBtinay bo tound in th fact that .El Vf, o the Cimadlan--Paciflc Railway as wel as chancellor of' Queen's University. This is a .Very Itfely outcome of th acceptance: by-qonJCurrle of the prln ft -1100111) which is oujcefl af a dinner at whlc the Inspccigir-gqneial will bo th guest a of Cuffle.-ihay occupy both, "po's tlene and. the: active direction of.th Canadian would devolve ;o tiro chic! 'qt -.the general staff, whlc post fee' "Uken ove r' shortly 'b 38lg.-Gen.- J, D.S.O., o tbi retirement of Gon.. Gwatkin, wh his takeVoyeT 'fh'p direction of Ca rnHHIa air force. (Continued'frotn-Kront y inent's suggestion ;of great offensive plans or ,priginatang some plan that promised tp.'stop'the-egresE you Dr. Milea iNervine. It rwcomniendcd by, hundrcATof pto it. You "too' will re- an submarines, his mind wafe closed toe above, and as many ower show, to every plan, looking to b.e great offensive which, in (be fall 1918, was the most erfcctlvejtoe ol .6 Mr, Daniels' sa Admiral Sims; cable tp ont suggwsted tnat the proper o pursue was adopt the recpnuuen- atioas'he had .made to the delart- "most of wbicb. had ided upon arid yut in operation before- Admiral Sims suggested Secre- tary Daniels deSlared. Criticism 'IW the secretary contlri- "that we should adopt an organi- zation similar In all respects to the Jrltlsb. squadron end virtually trans- er all naval authority to his head- uarters In London. He was careful Ot to Bay, though he regarded the Queenstown base and surroundings as he 'critical' area, that as rapidly as American destroyers arrived the Brlt- sh destroyers removed tp an- other area, althpugh be now makes he preposterous; statement that, the allure to'haye more, In that critical area (we had thirty-four at .hat lime' out of our. total of fifty) 'oc- casioned the loss ot five hundred housand lives and, fifteen billions of money." Two "remarkable and significant statements" In' Admiral; Slnis? 'reply to President' Wilson 'cited by Mr. Daniels as tiat the admiral was hypnotized by British Influences that he was willing to try to lure tie president of the. United States Into the, feeling, (hat regardless of -future developments we can always count upon.the support British navy, The 'first was-thi't the views he were in all cases "an In- dependent opinion based on specific facts collected in the- admiralty and other, government departments." The se.cond iWas as follows: "De- "pend upon tie fact, which f believe to ;be regardless of .any future developments, ".we can always count j upon the support of the British navy. I have 'been assured of this by Im- portant gpvemment official s." Depend On British "It would be interesting to know that British government' officials as-1 sured them that regardless of 'future developments, the United States can always count upon tha support of tba British said Mr. Daniels, "it seems inconceivable thai any admiral; could have, regarded- such, assurances1 es paying- toils to. transmit. Every know that in a democratic government, no govern-' ment official, could pledge his country's1 navy '.to; support' another, g'pycrnment regardless It Is to' he hoped' thaf'lt Admiral 'SlnW has such assurances he will send copy in -writing with the name 'of the 'Important government official' append1 ed-. thereto; to be the archives of 'Sops for the simple.' Admiral Sims was under' the'spelliof Influences thaE made" him 'beillcvo British coiild be depended upon more'1 tp -take care of the, United, States than that the United States should depend upon said Mr. attitude of acceptance of everything he added, "Btt- doubtedly accounts for his opposition ;fo ttte, creation, of an Independent 'United Slates army and his Idea that JJnlted States troops sent Abroad 'should be. used as an annex to. the British army, quoting Gen. Bliss as re- comnienfilng Bliss read that Admiral Sims had quot- ed him as advocating such a policy, he wrote at once to the secretary :of war declaring the .truth to eiacjly the'reversei" Outlook Good South of Magrafh To Build Dipping Vat. (From Our DEL. BONITA, May Spring has come at last and farmers are busy rushing in their, crop. Tho season looks promising and every available foot ot land is being made use of. Elmer Wheeler, daughter of and Mrs. George Hpyt, Is visltipg her. old home in Richfield.' The taby has recQvereH from her recent Illness. Mr. Gordon D.u Bray, of Montana, U. S. tas been visiting Mr. Walter Scale, Richfield, for the past 'few days, The -Richfield coal jnine' has beconie flooded, witi> .water, xmlns, to th'o re- cent thaws. Only Enial) Quantities of coal are beisg sold to-oai-h person. A now mine is being dug and arrange- ments being toj allow business to proceed as Mr. P. A. Allen has' returned to his home In Del Bonita from Blackte, where lie has tec-u residing for Ihe past.seven.inpnths, f 'Sir. George Hoyt bus been a busi- ness visitor In Woolford for the past week. The feed question has becomo very serious. Re the building of a dipping vat on the lease it -was CKC on Mr. H. Arcotfs place. Stares were sold at the rate J10 per ebare. cpmmeuce It is understood that tho government are .contributing fiOO as tlielr ehare of the expenses. Mr. A. Polouson, Del Bonita, was a business visitor in .Milk niver week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Davo Vardy, who re- turned from Wbltefish, Montana, this spring, are now living on the old WJ1 son place.: Land Is increasing rapidly in value this spring. Mr. Jesse Duncan has just completed a deal with a Wash ngton land ouyer to sell a half-sec- tion for J30.00 per acre. Mr. Tom Roberts has returned to Richfield for a two or three weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. are vis- itors iu Milk Kiver this week. 'Mr. K. Allen was a business visitor in Milk River this week. memorial v.hkh will be presented'to 'yi accord ing: to a statesieni Issued he- allied representatives immediate-1 today, Labor In 'Hat Threatens To Recall City Council MEDICINE HAT, May f ths cllv council and public protest against ths rental tai Imposed upon the city by legislation passed at the recent session of the provincial house, is being planned by the Dominion bor party, Medicine Hat branch, and a public meeting to take actlon'in the matter is being called In the near fu ture. GERMAN ESTIMATE OF DEVASTATION DAMAGE BEHLIN, May has made an Independent appraisal o damage done in devastated districts in FVance and Belgium, and has In corporated oer findings iu a detailed Let us be known as A THRIFTY PEOPLE! Let us stop spending heedlessly I and needlessly, and begin to' save now and says regularly. THERE IS A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT AT EVERY BRANCH OF THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Assets ,Oyer (Continued from Front Page) STIFF JOINTS ilSOWSCLES UBlnr In ci3J3 of rheumatism and lame if pcrxttrates quickly, drives o.iit Iprenoss, and iitnbc.rs up stiff, achiog and-musclcs'.' i Wi'wrt-ipil'ia in abso.luUly reli- 'atle, anliscplio apolicatio'h (6r cuts. burns, 'Sprains and readily under its sooth- fng. penetrating qualities. Get it from qruggists for 30 cents. If not satisnfed: return the-botlte and- 'get back. Ever' constipated or have sick AV.itird Livet. pink pills, It- "They were accom-plishcd, not, alone by his eWII sa a soldier, also ty the patient, constructive and far-sen- ing qualities of a statesman, which welded Hie Canadian units into an or- ganization which, wo are proud to be- lieve, wartlic best and most efficient army corps at the front. His war dis- patches Tvero notable for their clear- ness and descriptive excellence, while his messages' to tbc Canadian army were characterized toy a loftiness of lone and nobie simplicity of utterance which attracted the admiration of all English-speaking peoples. The quali- ties which mado hini an incomparably organizer and leader at the front tfit him pre-eminently -for tho leadership Ol.a great .Canadian university, "The appointment to the principal- ship of one, who, 'beyond six years' ex- perience as a school teacher, is with- out academic affiliation, may come as fi surprise to some friends of MoGlll. But the governors were supported by the sanction of high educational iiu- thorlties in inviting Sir Arthur to ac- cept the.position. "Ho "wr.s singled out and his ap- pointment enthusiastically by Sir Auckland Ocddes end the sugges- tion was approved by the master of Ballio! and I'rof. u. Sadams, fellpV.of All who rank with edii- cationlalsUh tho Hrltfsh, Islps. The, two high lacademic'-perBOnages united with Slr'.'Aucklairf >Jn the bpliot that McGIll wouid te sIiigMIarly 'tortunalb it it succeeded in securing Sir Arthur Currio's services, and there, fs no one, either In Canada or Great' Britain, whoao ;nivnie Ihey''placed above that ot Sir Arthur Cnrrie's." CREW GUILTY Shave, Bathe and Shampoo with one Cuticura 4 4 ff THE BABIES! -t PORTLAND, Ore., May fllblllly'for .the head-fin collision, of two Southern Pacific trains last Sun- day, In which nine persons were kill- ed and 38 Injured, was today placed definitely by a coroner's Jury on all members of tho crow of the Inbound passenger (rain. Tp clarify dripping put it a boivl and pour on boiling waler to cover. Stir well, and allow to cool. The purified dripping will then form a solid c.ike rm Uie toil, which, after It has been wiped dry, .will be for use. avontes 18c. per package Two for 35 cents For years, Player's